"Was that live? Are we live?" asked Fox 5 reporter Brad Wills after his beach report was interrupted by a massive, fearsome, Godzilla-like creature -- wait, no, it was only a bug buzzing around. Yeah, just a wee insect.
Here we are in the first week of March and temperatures are still below zero and the roads are still snow covered in Central NY. Much of New Jersey and Pennsylvania are also snow covered and while Fox News reporter Steve Keeley was reporting on road conditions, he almost gets killed by a salt truck, live on the air!
There are good days, there are bad days, and then there are days when you confuse Samuel L. Jackson with Laurence Fishburne and find yourself at the mercy of an actor whose voice can make even the strongest man whimper in terror. This sounds like a joke, but it actually happened on live television, and since this is the internet, it will never go away and the news anchor who made the tragic error
Steve Ryan, a reporter for KTVK, was working on a story about flash floods that hit the Phoenix area on Wednesday when he rushed to the aid of a stranded motorist -- while the cameras rolled. Is he a reporter or Superman?
Well, here is a good example of a terrible person, if you were looking for one. Investigators in a case involving a missing four-year-old decided they were probably actually investigating a murder case. News reporter Kay Burley felt the strange compulsion to tell volunteers who were searching for the child that she was probably dead...
"Way to go, Dan. Way to make a baby boy cry on live television." Yeah, good job Dan. We especially like how once the baby starts to cry his impulse is to run awaaaaaayy, and then later to cheer the crying kid up with a bit of song and dance.
Pink is being associated with former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin but something tells us the sassy singer won’t mind or be cringing in this case. Her song ‘Stupid Girls’ from 2006′s ‘I’m Not Dead’ was used as a music bed by CNN when it ran a photo of Palin holding a bag of Chick-fil-A chicken. So, what’s the significance?